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Sechseläuten 2019 is over, the Böög exploded in less than 20 minutes, summer will be mild. Some pictures from the parade of the colorful guilds of Zurich. Eyes on me! wish the photographer behind a 200 mm zoom. It happens, sometimes 😀
Kids of the guild, one spied a photographer…
The horse on the right stares at me… maybe.
I am no bad, boy.
Eyes on me… doesn’t always work.
No offense, I swear.
Yes, up here on the bridge!
The Böög burned down and yes … we are tired after walking around all afternoon.
Picture shot in Zürich at Sechseläuten 2019 with Nikon D800 + 70/200 f/2.8. Click each picture to zoom in and find who stares at the photographer
We previously had a quick look at Schanzegraben…did we miss anything behind?
Schanzegraben peculiar zigzag line follows the former ramparts through the city .
Clean and calm waters allow for a variety of sports like Kanu polo.
In the past, Schanzengraben was an unattractive factory canal: nowadays it harbors boats with access to lake Zurich
Venice or Schanzegraben?
And finally out of the canal to see the lake again, through a under-bridge passage placed below the lake level.
Click each picture to zoom in. Don’t miss the fist part of this walk-through: you find it here.
Down Gessner bridge, aside Zurich main station, starts a channeled path that connects the Sihl river with lake Zurich: the Schanzengraben.
Formerly a military defense complex, today the Schanzengraben offers outdoor pools and night entertainment in the center of Zurich.
Walks by the canal are possible over wooden footbridges and sandstone slabs.
Among the hot spots along the canal, the bulwark “Zur Katz” with the Old Botanical Garden
The promenade finally leads to the lake outlet at Bürkliplatz… did we miss anything behind?
Click each picture to zoom in.